Saturday, September 09, 2006

Oh yay, more pretentious bullshit. Real sorry I missed out on all of whatever the hell that was, and is.

"With your help we believe we are witnessing the birth of a new art form," they wrote.

The birth of a new art form? You mean crap? Crap on the internet? The girl, whatever age she is, isn't bad looking, though. Even if she does have a mad case of sperm eyebrows going on there.
Is there any. Fucking. Need. For this? This isn't about remembrance, this is about nostalgia. That notion just hit me. The news people and a good deal of the rest of this country are nostalgic over 9/11, not 9/10, and that's not right. We like this shit because it's entertaining, and the news people like it because it's money.

In addition, will offer comprehensive coverage of the anniversary, including a multimedia look at how life has changed since the terrorist attacks...

How has life changed? We're dumber. Next.

"And while difficult, for many of us it is important to remember the emotion of that day... On this September 11, as we reflect on what has happened to our nation and our world, it is important to remember, but even more important not to forget."

As per usual here this is review, but how exactly in the fuck are we supposed to forget? If we even forget for a couple of seconds they ram shit down our throats to rectify that situation.

In an effort to be sensitive to those who may not want to view the images, the feed will include a viewer discretion warning...

Two things. One, if you care about being "sensitive", you could always not do this in the first place. Just a thought. And two, if people don't want to see the images, god forbid they should be smart enough to not fire up this shit up in the first place. But of course, we're talking about people here, and at least in this country, we are, again, dumber than we were five years ago, when we were already pretty fucking stupid.

Once again this year, my plans for 9/11 are to pretty much ignore as much shit as I possibly can. Unfortunately, it's not safe to look at or listen to anything, but I'll do what I can to limit the damage.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Nice. Sure, it's always a dangerous proposition to expand on a classic, but this is already way better of an idea than that stupid live-action shit which mercifully I have not heard anything on in awhile.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

This is also priceless. You don't need to know why that's funny, you just need to know that it's funny. Found over at WWdN:IX.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

This is hilarious. You just can't go wrong when Legos are involved, as long as it's not some of the crap shit Lego has been putting out in recent years.

And no, I don't care that using "Lego" in the plural "Legos" is inappropriate.

That amusing link is the work of The Reverend Brendan Powell Smith. A choice post from his 'blog:

Smith checks himself before wrecking himself
Following the advice of a concerned and vaguely threatening peer, Rev. Smith today decided to take a moment out of his busy schedule to check himself before wrecking himself. "I was skeptical at first, not having realized that I was on a path to self-destruction, but I now feel extremely fortunate to have taken the time to examine my recent behaviors and motivations, making changes where necessary to better myself."

That's funny.